Luma S. Al-Shibib is a shareholder in the New York office of Anderson Kill. Luma focuses her practice on insurance recovery for corporate policyholders, with an emphasis on directors & officers liability insurance, comprehensive general liability insurance, and cyber liability insurance. Luma also has a background in bankruptcy and has represented clients in bankruptcy cases involving insurance claims. She is also a member of the firm's COVID Task Group. Luma has represented a broad array of corporate clients, including Fortune 500 companies, in both litigation and pre-litigation matters. Luma's recent representative engagements include: Representing a resorts and casino operator in connection with property damage and business interruption losses under cyber security and first party property policies. Representing a wealth management advisory firm in an action seeking D&O coverage for costs related to a federal securities investigation Representing a corporate director in connection with a claim for D&O coverage related to a criminal action Representing a retailer in connection with a claim for D&O coverage related to class action lawsuits Representing an electronics manufacturer in an action against several of its CGL insurers concerning long tail environmental liability claims Representing a general contractor in various actions related to insurance claims under builders risk policies, contractor controlled insurance program policies, and CGL policies Representing corporate policyholders in cases involving broker liability Luma is an active member of the firm's Insurance Recovery group and is involved in Anderson Kill's Cyber Insurance Group. She is co-chair of Anderson Kill's Diversity Committee and involved in Anderson Kill's Women's Network. While attending law school, Luma interned as a student law clerk for the Honorable Laura Taylor Swain of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Luma was also awarded the Brooklyn Law School Best Brief Award.